Specialty Product Technologies Datasheets for Electromechanical Counters
Electromechanical counters are used to detect, totalize, and indicate a sequence of events. They typically accept electric or electronic inputs to operate mechanical outputs such as rotating wheels or knobs. These devices may count UP and/or DOWN, support multiple functions, and provide reset capabilities.
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|Miniature Electro-Mechanical Counters are non-reset totalizers that deliver excellent performance and reliability characteristics for a low cost.|
|Rugged counters designed for industrial duty applications with die cast cases. The 7443 series are available with AC or DC operation. The 1205 series are AC models and can withstand...|
|Ruggedness and reliability are featured in our hour meters. One-tenth hour resolution, round or rectangular package and cutout styles and a choice of DC or AC inputs allow its use...|
|The 1239 series has rock solid construction and is a predetermining alarm counter with manual reset for up to 5000 counts per minute (additive operation). The 7441 series is a...|
|This is the Veeder-Root standard offering for electro-mechanical counters. These can be actuated by AC or DC pulses as specified. They are available as reset (7438 series) and non-reset (7437...|